Underlying works definition

What does Underlying works mean?

When making a new film or television programme, a number of individual different copyright works will comprise the film depending on the type of production being made, eg a drama or a factual documentary. These so-called ‘underlying works’ may include: • scripts • adaptation and derivative works • translations • other literary works • letters

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